This is a region in the United States of America.


  • H. Jones Building – Very Big - Located in Indiana, the H. Jones Building is a 30,000 seater arena, primarily for basketball, but which has hosted wrestling before.
  • Illinois State Park – Big - The Illinois State Park is a 15,000 seat venue that is used primarily for music concerts, but has also hosted wrestling in the past.
  • Kentucky Centenary Arena – Huge - The Kentucky Centenary Arena was built in the late 1990s, and is a modern venue custom-built to host a variety of events.
  • Ohio Jewish Center – Tiniest - The Ohio Jewish Center is a very small hall that sometimes gets rented out for concerts and other events.
  • Perry Hall - Very Small - Perry Hall is in Kentucky, and is a famous old wrestling venue.
  • Shakeshaft Auditorium – Small - The Shakeshaft Auditorium is in Michigan, and can hold around 5,000 people.
  • The Asylum – Tiny - Located in Michigan, The Asylum may only be able to pack a thousand people in, but is well known as having one of the rowdiest and most vocal crowds around.
  • The Bloxsome Bowl – Enormous - The Bloxsome Bowl is the state-of-the-art home of the Indiana Serpents football team.
  • Wisconsin Gardens – Medium - A State-owned venue that is part of a large park, it also hosts home games for the Wisconsin Flash basketball team.

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